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Tips for Anger Management
Anger is a destructive feeling that is harmful both for you and others around you. It is often difficult to control. Uncontrolled anger leads to frustration and deteriorates one’s mental and physical well being.It is of utmost importance to curb the seething rage and take control over angry impulses.
Here are few tips to manage your anger.
Accept the fact that you are angry and allow the feeling to pass away. You cannot always keep your emotions in check. Don’t be too harsh on yourself when you are angry. Identify the cause for your anger. Determine if the cause for the anger is genuine or otherwise.
Your anger may be legitimate in certain cases such as infidelity, robbery, hurt, stealing, etc. In cases such as deceit or similar type of injustices, showing anger is right to a certain extent. However dwelling on an angry impulse which cannot be altered for long is harmful for you. It accentuates the feeling of frustration and emotional distress.
If you are overcome by a blinding sense of fury, try certain techniques to calm down. Count backwards and focus on it. Find an empty place and focus on calming down. Counting backwards may seem a simple exercise but it diverts your attention from the situation which has angered you. Or focus on your breathing. Take a deep breath and exhale slowly. Concentrate on your breathing and repeat it 5-6 times. You will notice that you are feeling calmer and more relaxed. This is a great exercise when you are stressed out.
When we are angry, we are filled with pent up negative energy. Try to take out the negative energy though a physical outlet. Kick on a wall, hit a punching bag, or run a long distance. Physical exertion can do wonders when you have lost your cool. It relieves the pent up anger and soothes you.
Sometimes communicating your anger to the person who set it off in the first place is inevitable. Don’t start screaming at the person but confront him and talk about the things that annoy you. However be tactful while expressing your feelings. If you cannot talk to the specific person, confide in a friend and talk about your frustration. Once you have talked about the things that make you angry, you release the anger from your body.